We are asking residents to give their feedback on proposals for two new Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO).
Public Spaces Protection Orders propose to deal with anti social behaviour in an area that is having a detrimental effect on the quality of life for those in the local community. It can prohibit certain things or require specific things to be done.
We are asking for feedback on the proposed introduction of two PSPOs. The first PSPO is aimed at tackling dog control and dog fouling. The second is aimed at tackling cycling on the highway in certain pedestrianised zones. More details on each of the proposed PSPOs are given below:
PSPO to address effective dog control and dog fouling – borough-wide
- Effective dog control: If a dog walker fails to keep their dog under effective control they will be asked to direct their dog onto a lead. Failure to comply could result in a fixed penalty in the sum of up to £100.
- Dog fouling: Asking for persons in control of a dog to clear up after their dog has fouled in a public place. Failure to comply could result in a fixed penalty in the sum of up to £100.
For more information, please see the PSPO : Dog control.
PSPO to address cycling on highways - certain pedestrianised zones
- Asking for persons cycling on the highway in the pedestrianised zones in King Street and the High Street, Maidenhead and/or Peascod Street, Windsor to stop. Failure to comply could result in a fixed penalty in the sum of up to £100.
For more information, please see the PSPO : Cycling in specified areas.
Have your say
Please share your feedback with us by completing the survey below. You have until midnight on Sunday 7 February 2021 to give your feedback on the introduction of these PSPOs.